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In their latest efforts to combat coppyright or trademark infringement, foreign content creators have been filing a rash of complaints in the Southern District of Florida to obtain a temporary restraining order (TRO) seizing and freezing online seller's PayPal, Square, and other payment platform accounts and online stores through such platforms as Etsy, eBay, Bonanza, Amazon, Wish, and more. If you've had your online store shut down and seized and are the subject of a Federal lawsuit, don't just ignore it. Here's some suggestions on how to handle having your online store shut down by claims of copyright or trademark infringement.
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If you are a Canadian author, you should consider investing in a United States copyright registration. Why? The short answer is damages and attorney's fees.
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The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to once again consider the proper standard for awarding attorney's fees in copyright cases.
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The public domain images are not only available for free use, but highly searchable.
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In a decision that misstates one of the basic tenets of copyright law, the Eleventh Circuit this year held that the artist's copyright infringement action failed because he had granted, by his course of actions, an implied nonexclusive license to the defendant to use his works.